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Mapping the World from Satellites - Helping us understand Global Food & Water Security in the 21st Century - Livestream

These non-technical lectures are free and are intended for a general audience that may not be familiar with USGS science.

Speaker: USGS Research Geographer Prasad Thenkabail

  • Global food and water security challenges are real in a changing climate & ballooning populations and further exasperated by pandemics & wars.
  • How did the World feed itself in the past? How will it feed itself in the future?
  • Earth Observing (EO) satellites are ideal platforms to observe and study the Planet over time and space.
  • Planet-scale big-data analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing are leveraged to answer critical questions on World’s food & water security.

https://www.usgs.gov/pls

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Thursday, 07/28/22

Contact:

Mitch Adelson

Phone: 510-894-0351
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

Free

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